Parents and students who attend the Carson School in Price Hill got an early preview of what they will see as school gets underway tomorrow.
The school offered a preview today after summer demolition wiped out a former addition to the school to make way for a new state of the art 75,000 square foot school that will begin construction on the current campus.
Workers have been removing debris from the demolition in the front of the school and school officials say that construction fencing will keep students and staff safe and away from the construction scheduled to begin soon.
Carson principal Claire Kubiak is asking parents and students to pardon the construction, "We want our families and the community to know that Carson School still is here, and we are up and running and open for business."
The original building will be demolished after the two year project is completed. The school also enlarged their campus by purchasing and subsequently tearing down homes on adjecent properties on Sunset Avenue.